Jenner: How Times Change

Posted on July 2, 2016

“Hey, Mr. Fantasy Man,” Sports Illustrated (1980) Bruce Jenner is living out our fantasies for us. . . . We all fantasize: we swagger through our daydreams. But we are too thick-waisted to play the role in reality. Our hair, once so dense and lustrous, has turned mouse-colored and thin. Our teeth are irregular, and […]

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Brexit Vote Blindsides the NWO

Written by Gary North on June 25, 2016

The betting sites were wrong. The polls were wrong. The politicians were wrong. The last YouGov poll was 52 to 48 “remain” hours before the voting ceased. The vote went the other way: 52-48. The law of large numbers was wrong: polls and betting. So were the capital markets. The Dow was up 230 on […]

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Brexit: The Second Greatest Victory

Written by Gary North on June 25, 2016

The fall of the USSR was the greatest victory. It came in the final week of December, 1991 Brexit came in less than one day. The USSR had looked shaky in the second half of 1991. Britain’s position in the EU looked solid until after the initial voting results trickled in. The New World Order […]

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The Constitution’s Original Preamble

Written by Gary North on June 25, 2016

This is a forgotten aspect of American history. It is worth mentioning. The Preamble is the most famous section of the Constitution. We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings […]

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Ralph Stanley, RIP

Written by Gary North on June 25, 2016

On June 23, Ralph Stanley died. He was 89. He was the last of the founders of bluegrass music. This is an American invention, named after the group that backed up Bill Monroe, the Bluegrass Boys. Monroe’s music was “old timey” until the arrival of Earl Scruggs, who revolutionized banjo picking. Scruggs joined the Bluegrass […]

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